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comment Recurrence for number of ways to write n as the sum
This questions belongs to math.se.
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comment Set measurable with respect to one product measure but not with respect to another
Thanks for all your help!
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comment Set measurable with respect to one product measure but not with respect to another
Why the downvote? This is not mathoverflow.
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accepted Set measurable with respect to one product measure but not with respect to another
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comment Set measurable with respect to one product measure but not with respect to another
Can you give an example of a nonmeasurable subset of $A_p$? I'm not sure the Vitali construction immediately works here.
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asked Set measurable with respect to one product measure but not with respect to another
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answered Lower bound on binomial coefficient
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comment How to calculate $O(\sum_{k=1}^{K}(N-k)(k+1)^2)$?
This looks like a math question, and belongs to math.se.
Mar
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comment How to calculate $O(\sum_{k=1}^{K}(N-k)(k+1)^2)$?
It doesn't make much sense to consider $K > N$ here...
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answered Regular expressions: Show that A*B is the solution of X = AX + B
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comment crazy problem - does it have a solution? number theory perhaps?
I wrote this answer over 4 years ago. To answer your question, I will need to read and understand the code, something which you can also do. So it makes more sense for you to do it. You can then write your own answer with a better explanation.
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comment crazy problem - does it have a solution? number theory perhaps?
@user1963 It's a good opportunity to learn python, then. Python is very useful.
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answered Binomial distribution with random parameter
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answered Logically speaking, is this exam question paradoxical?
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comment What makes a context free grammar ambiguous?
@justin Because that's not how derivation trees work. I suggest you consult your textbook regarding them.